Recycle Utah

FREE Summit County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Saturday, April 28, 9-1 at a Canyons Village Parking Lot. Keep toxic chemicals and heavy metals out of our landfill and and our drinking water. For residents-NO businesses. ITEMS ACCEPTED: Paints, varnishes, solvents Motor oil, antifreeze, all batteries, gasoline and household cleaners.

Spring Remodeling?

Apr 9, 2018

Spring Remodeling? Stop by Recycle Utah's Warehouse Monday - Saturday 8-5:30pm to dig up new treasures from kitchen cabinets to nuts and bolts. Reuse to save big money and help save our earth.

Questions on what we have? Contact us at 435-649-9698 or outreach@recycleutah.org

Ski & Snowboard Recycling

Apr 9, 2018

As you clean out the winter gear and move on to spring, remember that Recycle Utah can take your skis and snowboards until May. Thanks to our generous bin sponsor, Silver Star Ski & Sports we take all skis and snowboards during the winter months.
Sorry, we can not accept boots or helmets.

For a full list of the items we accept go to: www.recycleutah.org/materials-accepted/

Did you know that our Summit County landfill only has 14 months of space left? Do your part to help save it by bringing all of your hard-to-recycle items to Recycle Utah. For more info and a full list of accepted materials, contact Recycle Utah, your non-profit recycling center, at 435-649-9698 or visit recycleutah.org.

Recycling Center In Park City Is Busier Than Ever

Feb 21, 2018

Recycle Utah finished up 2017 with another big year.  Thousands of tons of paper, electronics, aluminum and plastic were hauled away from the facility on Woodbine Way.  Carolyn Murray has this:

This Green Earth - January 9, 2018

Jan 9, 2018

As this year began, China banned the importing of 24 different materials considered recyclables. What are these materials? How will this ban effect U.S. recycling markets? And who might replace China as the leader in reprocessing our paper, plastic and metal?  Nell and Chris speak with Reece Demille of Republic Services and Carolyn Wawra of Recycle Utah about how the ban will affect their recycling businesses, and what you can do to help.

Recycle Utah Hoping For a New Home Soon

Aug 15, 2017
Recycle Utah

Recycle Utah continues to look for a new home and it’s likely it’ll move to a location somewhere in the County.  Their current location on Woodbine Way is part of the newly established Bonanza Arts and Cultural District.   Carolyn Murray has this: 

Parkcity.org website photo

Park City announced plans to adopt a municipal transient room tax and use the revenues to build a city arts and culture center in the Bonanza Business district.  This kind of tax has never been done in Park City until now. Carolyn Murray has this story:  

Recycle Utah Has Loads of Summer Fun

Jun 20, 2017
Recycle Utah 100 Mile Meal

Recycle Utah has tons of activities this summer to match the tons of materials they handle all year long.  They’re partnering with Whole Foods ( tomorrow) Wednesday and 5% of purchases will be donated to Recycle Utah.   Carolyn Murray has this:

Recycle Utah Has Loads of Activities This Summer

May 16, 2017
Dell Fuller

There was a big turnout at the city council meeting last week with Recycle Utah leading the charge to ban plastic bags in Park City once and for all.  In 2013, the efforts didn’t quite sway council to ban single use bags but this time residents stepped up. Carolyn Murray has more on the Recycle Utah monthly update.

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